University of California, San Francisco
Heidi is an attending physician in the division of neonatology at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). She is also a fellow in the Pediatric Hospital Epidemiology and Outcomes Research Training (PHEOT) program at CHOP and a 2nd year student in the Masters of Science in Clinical Epidemiology program at the University of Pennsylvania. She completed her medical school and residency training at the University of California San Francisco, and was a neonatology fellow at CHOP.
Dr. Herrick’s research interest is in using a human factors approach to improve delivery room care and resuscitation. Her work focuses on using video review to study neonatal resuscitation and intubation. She is currently completing a project to identify and classify common flow disruptions during neonatal resuscitation, which will inform future interventional studies designed to optimize the delivery room environment. For her master's thesis, she is studying the effects of delivery room policy change on neonatal outcomes. Dr. Herrick also studies intubation practice and safety using the NEAR4NEOS database, and is actively involved in QI research to decrease adverse tracheal intubation associated events
Played Varsity Soccer at Stanford University
Makes capes for fun